Model # 9093WH

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70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater

  • Vents moisture in bathrooms up to 60 sq. ft.
  • 70 CFM reduces moisture to help prevent mildew
  • White finish for a clean look
$291.27 /each

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Enhance your bathroom with the NuTone 70 CFM White Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater. The fan vents moisture in bathrooms up to 60 sq. ft. to help prevent mildew. It includes automatic-reset thermal protection and uses one 100-watt light and one 7-watt night-light (bulbs sold separately). Its white grille helps provide a clean, decorative look for your bathroom.

  • Motor operates at 3.5 sones for quiet performance
  • Uses one 100-watt bulb and one 7-watt night-light bulb (both sold separately)
  • Automatic-reset thermal protection
  • Steel housing for durability
  • 1-UL listed
  • Detachable junction box features three wiring knockouts
  • Four-function wall switch included

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Ratings (66) (71) (9) (36)
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 100 60 100 100
Bath Fan Features Heater,Light,Nightlight Heater,Light,Light,Nightlight Humidity Sensing,Timer Heater,Light,Nightlight
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 3.0 3.5 0.7 0.9
Housing Width (in.) 15.375 13.25 11.375 11.375
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling
Housing Length (in.) 18.5 13.25 10.5 17.625
Air Volume (CFM) 100 70 110 110
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Does the heat come from the bulb only or does a fan blow the hot air?

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Phoenix, AZ
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December 31, 2014
We had ours installed by an electrician and it seems we have 2 lights and 2 exhaust. It seems the night light is the same light as the overhead, and we have 2 fan switches but I haven't found the heat!
Any thoughts?
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Lehigh Valley, PA
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May 27, 2016
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If it's like the two I have in my house, the unit is obviously hooked up improperly. Should be exhaust, heater, light and night night - 4 separate switches. The heater is electric and a fan circulates the air throughout the room very effectively. Had one installed in my old house and love the two in my new construction!
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February 4, 2015
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From page 3 in the install manual (attached), the heater and night light should be on one side of the switch and the exhaust and overhead light should be on the other set of switches.
The heater unit is a separate fan from the exhaust. If I remember correctly it is a 1300W heater, about like a blow dryer. With that in mind, it does take a bit to heat things up but ours definitely does. The heater fan Read More
From page 3 in the install manual (attached), the heater and night light should be on one side of the switch and the exhaust and overhead light should be on the other set of switches.
The heater unit is a separate fan from the exhaust. If I remember correctly it is a 1300W heater, about like a blow dryer. With that in mind, it does take a bit to heat things up but ours definitely does. The heater fan isn't as noisy as the exhaust fan. Read Less
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January 5, 2015
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Thank you for your question. My first thought is you need to contact our Technical Support Department. This unit has four functions: (1) A light; (2) a 7 Watt night light; (3) the exhaust fan; (4) fan forced heat. If you have two ‘fan’ switches, may be the heat is not working. If your night light is the same as the light, then something might be wired incorrectly. But before I can determine anything is Read More
Thank you for your question. My first thought is you need to contact our Technical Support Department. This unit has four functions: (1) A light; (2) a 7 Watt night light; (3) the exhaust fan; (4) fan forced heat. If you have two ‘fan’ switches, may be the heat is not working. If your night light is the same as the light, then something might be wired incorrectly. But before I can determine anything is installed incorrectly, or that possibly the heat is defective, please contact our Technical Support Department at 888-336-6151. They will be able to trouble-shoot with you. Also, before you call, be sure to know your model number (you attached your question to 9093WH), call us between 8:30-5:00 EST, and if you have your receipt that will be helpful, too. This is a really nice unit and we look forward to helping you. Thanks, again. Read Less
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can I add a timer for the vent and heater so it won't accidentally be left on for long periods of time?

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March 24, 2015
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Yes, any qualified electrician should be able install a timer. You can install one of those mechanical wall mounted spring-loaded rotational timers that control the heaters in many hotel bathrooms, but unless you really know what you are doing, this is a job for a qualified electrician.
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December 10, 2014
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Thank you for your question on the 9093WH. A separate time (15 min. model 61W or 61V) or (60 min. model 59W or 59V) can be installed separately to control the vent or heater functions. To order one of these of timer switches, just place a Special Order at your local Home Depot store. If you have further questions before you place an order, just dial 888-336-3948 and speak with our Customer Service Read More
Thank you for your question on the 9093WH. A separate time (15 min. model 61W or 61V) or (60 min. model 59W or 59V) can be installed separately to control the vent or heater functions. To order one of these of timer switches, just place a Special Order at your local Home Depot store. If you have further questions before you place an order, just dial 888-336-3948 and speak with our Customer Service Department. Thanks, again. Read Less
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Can I order new guts for my 9093 LH, the vent fan motor has gone out.

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March 24, 2015
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Yes, I replaced mine a few months ago. Very simple. It's held up by 2 screws and a hook. Remove the grill, pull the electrical wires out by their plug (squeeze the plug and pull), unscrew the 2 holding screws on either side and the entire unit (less the metal housing), will swing down on the hook. Lift off the hook and you are done.
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December 3, 2014
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Thanks for your question about the 9093. Give us a call at 888-336-3948 and let our Customer Service Department give you the correct part numbers and other information for your heat/vent/light unit. Thanks, again.
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Does this unit work on a 240v line?

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I'm removing an old ceiling heater that currently has 240v running to it. Will this unit work or will I need to switch to 110v?
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Hi Daniel, I contacted NuTone technical to get you an answer. NuTone stated you're going to have to change the circuit to 110.
This product will not run on 240 volts. If you need additional help you can reach NuTone at 1-888-336-6151.
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November 3, 2014
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Hi, Daniel. Thank you for your installation question. This heat/vent/light/night light unit must be installed using 120V. It should be on a dedicated 20 AMP circuit, but it must be 120 V, not 240. If you have further questions, just dial 888-336-6151 and our Technical Support Department can assist. Thanks, again.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 69 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Many features but loud This vent/heater/light/night light combo unit does it all. Had to run an extra 15 amp line for the heater & had to cut out & replace single switch outlet with a dual switch outlet box to accommodate the quad switches(over & under). Unit works great except for the fact that it rumbles quite loudly. This was very well mounted with extra bracing but still makes a lot of noise on exhaust fan mode. July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent! We had a Nutone bathroom exhaust fan that had been used a lot in the past 20 years. We wanted to replace it with one that would fit in the same space. The replacement fan fit right in and is working really well, and it even runs quieter than the old one. July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great combo unit Needed a multi-purpose unit for a small bath & this one has it all. Light that takes up to a 100watt bulb, night light, more than adequate heater & a pretty quiet exhaust fan with a labeled 4way switch. Had to run an extra 15amp line for the heater but was aware of that up front. All in all, an excellent unit. Hope it lasts as long as the reviews said. A bit on the expensive side but it had all the features I wanted. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for a small bathroom The bathroom is a full bath with a washer and dryer behind folding doors. This exhaust fan is able to ventilate the area very well. The heater is good. The lights are useful. The unit would be fine for any bathroom, but really fits the needs of a relatively small area. This was a replacement for an older one that finally quit after about 16 years. I wish the sound level was quieter, but this is acceptable. April 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cosmetic issues and noise This fan is noisier than other reviews suggest, and, a major flaw in my opinion, when either the night light or the main light are turned on, all of the internal mechanical parts of the fan are clearly visible. I've never seen this in other vent fans. The grill is open and airy, as it should be, but the internal blowers and heater coil are totally visible when the lights are on. Hideous in a high-end bathroom. Ok for a construction trailer bathroom, I guess. I wish I had known this but NuTone is very careful to show a picture with a BLACK internal area, which it is not. January 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Installed and working as described I installed this fan about a month ago and it is working just fine and we are enjoying the heater very much. It is noisy but it makes no claim otherwise. The two complaints are on the installation. For 'installating in existing construction' (quoting from page 3 of the manual) t wasn't entirely clear where to attach the unit to the header. I finally figured out what to do or at least what works. Please ignore the ceiling finish in the photo, that's another project. The real annoyance was the wiring instructions. Everything fits fine and works fine but Figure 2 seems to be backwards from the way the cover plate is pre-labeled (see attached pictures). Definitely check before wiring everything up and installing. It wasn't until I put the cover plate on that I found out it was exactly reversed or at least that is how it struck me. February 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Heater Very attractive fixture with plenty of light output and the fan and heater work great. The heater heats up my bathroom in a couple of minutes. March 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazingly easy to replace guts of unit in existing housing We had two older NuTone units this model, and the heater unit went bad and fan was failing too. I ordered a replacement shipped to the house and this morning started what I thought might be a difficult installation, or one that would make me give up and hire somebody. But 20 minutes later the new unit is installed and working great. I had read a review from someone here (thanks whoever you are) about using the old housing and just swinging the new fan/heater/light unit into position. Worked like a charm. The modular plug design of the electrical connection makes it easy and safe to reconnect the new unit. The fact that the new unit came installed in its new housing in the box gave me practice loosening two screws and then tilting and sliding the unit to unhook the bracket holding the heater exhaust side to the new housing (which we are not using). That done, it was a simple matter of doing the same thing to remove and lower the dead unit from its housing in the ceiling of the bathroom (after unplugging the electrical connector), then reverse the process, hook the exhaust side to the housing, tighten the two screws on the opposite side, reconnect the electrical plug, replace the cover, turn the circuit breaker back on and start the unit. Fan and heater run quietly again and all is well. It took me nearly as long to type this installation review as it did to install the replacement unit! I can't comment yet on durability of the unit (the old ones have been here since long before we bought this house 9 years ago), but just wanted anyone here on the fence about going the replacement-guts route to know it can be done by just about anyone. I am not all that handy, for what it's worth. Impressive design. February 14, 2015
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